We've got lots of ways in which you can get involved with stroke research.
- You can become a member of our Service User Review Panel (SURP), which helps us decide which of the research applications we receive should be given funding. The panel helps us to ensure our research is important and relevant to the people affected by stroke.
- You can become a research participant and take part in a stroke study.
- You can help us shape our priorities for research by taking part in one of our workshops.
- You can donate to support our excellent research programme. The majority of money we use to fund stroke research is raised through donations so donate today and help fund more vital research projects.
Find out more about each of these options using the links above.
Would you like to participate in a clinical trial?
The UK Clinical Trials Gateway can help you make informed choices about clinical trials. They offer useful guidance on how trials work and help connect you to researchers running trials you might be interested in. Find out what trials are runnning for stroke.
Still not sure whether to get involved?
If you're still not sure whether research is right for you, please take a look at this personal story produced by INVOLVE:
INVOLVE is a government funded programme that aims to support active public involvement in NHS, public health and social care research. Their website is full of information on how to get involved with research. You can access all of this via the link below.